The CW has found its Flash: Grant Gustin. The actor, best known for his role as the villainous Sebastian on “Glee,” will play Barry Allen in the second season of “Arrow.” The network is considering…
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Fox bows its second DreamWorks Animation title, “Turbo,” on Wednesday, and tracking suggests a sluggish five-day opening in the mid-$30 millions. But “Turbo” won’t even be the weekend’s biggest…
A sequel to Ridley Scott’s "Blade Runner" is gaining momentum, with Michael Green in talks to rewrite the script from Hampton Fancher, who wrote the screenplay for the 1982 original. Alcon…
Until Warner Bros. assembles its creative team around a "Justice League" movie, the studio and DC Entertainment are focusing on getting audiences used to seeing the group's superheroes together in…
"Kung Fu Panda 2" leads a very mixed field in the 39th annual Annie Awards nominations. The DreamWorks Animation sequel picked up 12 bids, including best feature, followed closely by stablemate "Puss…
Never underestimate the power of boys and their toys.
Tweens and teens didn't light up the frame for "Green Lantern" this weekend. But a solid Monday perf totaling $5.1 million -- almost double its nearest competitor -- suggests the Warner Bros…
An attempt to infuse an earnest piece of comicbook lore with an irreverent, tongue-in-cheek sensibility yields decidedly mixed results in "Green Lantern."
Brisk biz marked the second day of the Mipcom TV mart in Cannes with major media companies from around the globe announcing a slew of deals.
Angela Bassett joins the cast of Warner Bros.' "Green Lantern" opposite Ryan Reynolds, Peter Sarsgaard and Mark Strong.
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